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Midday Quiz: Military Matters

Take a moment to chew on some political trivia. Here's a sample question from today's Political Stump quiz:

About how many U.S. troops have been injured in combat in the past three months in Afghanistan?

• Between 200 and 400
• Between 400 and 600
• Between 600 and 800
• More than 1000

Answer this question and more at

Posted at 1:02 PM ET on Nov 6, 2009
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Ms. Duckworth: Veterans are among unjustly targeted Americans being subject to heinous, covert, silent electromagnetic radiation weapons torture and physical harm. Please read this and ask POTUS to BAN the use of microwave and laser weapons on any human beings.


• Deposed Honduras President Manuel Zelaya confirms the essence what unjustly targeted citizens worldwide -- including this journalist -- have been reporting for years...

...MILITARY, SECRET SERVICES, AND INTEL AGENCIES of many nations, including the U.S., silently assault and torture "targeted individuals," including those regarded as "dissenters" or slandered as undesirables, with debilitating, health-degrading, "slow-kill" electromagnetic microwave and laser radiation weapons systems -- reported to include a nationwide installation camouflaged as cell towers, along with satellites and portable weaponry.

OR (if links are corrupted / disabled): RE: "GESTAPO USA"

Posted by: scrivener50 | November 6, 2009 4:14 PM

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